On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, Rocky Rococo in Kenosha, WI will provide 15% of its sales to Kenosha Community Media when customers provide a printed voucher to restaurant staff between the hours of 4:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring your family and friends to Rocky Rococo that evening, enjoy your favorites, and leave with the knowledge and our thanks that you've helped KCM to continue to provide its media training and production services to the Kenosha area public and nonprofits. PRINT OUT THE IMAGE AND ITS VOUCHER AND BRING TO ROCKY ROCOCO ON APRIL 24th.
The Kenosha Public Library and Kenosha Community Media have been working together to bring a digital media lab aka The Hub to the public at the Southwest Branch of the Library, 7979 38th Avenue. The site is expected to open this summer. It will provide a video production studio with HD cameras and green screen technology, a control room with switcher and audio board, and a computer lab room with iMac computers, outfitted with Adobe Creative Cloud software for use in video and audio editing, graphic design, web design, manuscript layout, and more. Watch for more news on this exciting project.
Kenosha Community Media thanks HuHot Mongolian Grill for its generosity. HuHot in Kenosha, WI provided a generous donation to KCM in November, setting aside a percentage of their sales from November 16, 2017 to benefit KCM.
On December 2, 2017, Christmas joy filled the Kenosha Dream Playground as Christmas carols were sung and the spirit of Christmas was found in the generous hearts of those who provided contributions to the Shalom Center. Can we build a better Kenosha? Yes, we can!
Each December, the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra serenades its audience with many popular holiday favorites. For 2017, the Symphony invites everyone on Saturday, December 9th at 2:30pm to visit Reuther Auditorium, 58th Street and Sheridan Road. where they will be joined by the Kenosha Chamber Choir for its Holiday Concert. This concert is generously presented to the community by Snap-on Incorporated.
Santa Claus is coming to town. In Kenosha, Santa Claus arrived on November 24, 2017 with the countdown and lighting of the City of Kenosha's official Christmas Tree, located west of the Kenosha Public Museum.
On Saturday, December 2nd, Kenoshans and visitors took in the Civil War Museum’s Victorian Christmas, the Kenosha Public Museum’s International Holiday, and Winter HarborMarket at the Rhode Center for the Arts in downtown Kenosha. Join Jason Rimkus from Kenosha Community Media for this hollday tour of fun-things to do in our town.
RG Productions' live old-time radio performance troupe performed their Retro Radio Holiday Revue at the Kenosha Public Museum on November 25, 2017. This program was the final show of RG Productions' 10th season.
KCM and the Kenosha Public Library are working together to build a Digital Media Lab at Southwest Library, 7979 38th Avenue, in Kenosha. The Lab will open in 2018 and feature a two-camera HD production studio with green screen technology and control room, as well as a lab space for iMac computers, loaded with advanced video, audio, graphic design, photo and other software programs. KCM will continue to operate from the Media Center on Washington Road in Kenosha.
Kenosha Community Media held its 32nd Anniversary Celebration & Volunteer Recognition Night at the Fireside Restaurant on November 9, 2017. This year's theme was What's Your Story? Joining KCM were storytellers Greg DeGuire and Viki DuMez who provided entertainment and insights into the early days of cable TV in Kenosha. KCM thanked its volunteers for their work over the past year, and Library Director Barbara Brattin gave an update on the Digital Media Lab, opening in 2018 for public use at Southwest Library. Thanks to Darlene Duncan for decorations and to Nancy Mathews for fund contributions toward acquisition of volunteer shirts. Awards were presented to Curt Meyer, Producer of the Year Award; Jeff Roberts, Lifetime Achievement Award; and John Bloner, Jr., Recognition of Service Award. Thank you to everyone who turned out and who support our organization.
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